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comment Why does Adobe Premiere Pro modify original footage/asset files (e.g. mov)? (CS6)
+1 Thanks @AJHendersonfor the support, particularly the point about multiple prints.
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answered Why does Adobe Premiere Pro modify original footage/asset files (e.g. mov)? (CS6)
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asked Why does Adobe Premiere Pro modify original footage/asset files (e.g. mov)? (CS6)
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comment How to use mouse drag gesture to position & size a still image in Premiere Pro CS6
Thanks but not sure if I'm seeing that happen myself. For example if I have a title on top of an image, I always get the title moving when I click. Presumably a solution is to turn off the title, or just temporarily move it elsewhere to get at the image to move that (which I actually did in the end.) Cheers!
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comment How to use mouse drag gesture to position & size a still image in Premiere Pro CS6
One more thing - what if there are several tracks of still images overlapping - how do you choose which one to manipulate?
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comment How to use mouse drag gesture to position & size a still image in Premiere Pro CS6
+1 accepted. Got it! It was that double-click - thank you so much!
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asked How to use mouse drag gesture to position & size a still image in Premiere Pro CS6
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comment Why would Blu-ray made with Encore CS6 be silent/have missing audio, no sound?
+1 Thanks for your thoughts AJ Henderson. Confirming that these Blu-rays play OK with sound on a Sony Playstation 3, so I think they should be OK. Thanks for the thoughts on the Dolby encoder I will investigate but as far as I know my setup is standard Adobe CS6 Encore/Production on the Mac. My conclusion is that it must have been this option to use 2 channel PCM rather than Dolby for the encore encoding that worked for me.
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comment Why would Blu-ray made with Encore CS6 be silent/have missing audio, no sound?
+1 for your time and input. It works now - when I 1) changed the setting from dolby to PCM and 2) added an encore marker in premiere pro. I think 1) did the trick. Your answer was on the right track so upvote for that thanks. Let me know your comments on my solution and if you think what I did definitively solves the problem feel free to edit your answer and I'll accept it, given that you set me on the right track.
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asked Why would Blu-ray made with Encore CS6 be silent/have missing audio, no sound?
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accepted Looking for compressed standard definition file format to share footage between Final Cut Pro 7 and Adobe Premiere Pro CS6
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comment Looking for compressed standard definition file format to share footage between Final Cut Pro 7 and Adobe Premiere Pro CS6
Thanks @AJ Henderson yes I am aware of the meanings - i.e. lossless (decompressed lossless file is identical to original, e.g. as in FLAC for audio) and lossy means information thrown away but smaller file size/data rate.
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comment Looking for compressed standard definition file format to share footage between Final Cut Pro 7 and Adobe Premiere Pro CS6
+1 upvote. Which "flavour" of MPEG4? There seem to be a few: AVC, H263, H264, with container this, container that etc. etc. Can you advise on which MPEG4 type Final Cut will support - for Adobe I would expect it to support it as it does very well at supporting most formats. If you can get back to me I would like to accept your answer. I can't really understand why these would have visible quality loss when MPEG4 is also used in HD video (and the file sizes compare favourably to uncompressed AVI). If I choose the correct quality settings then surely there will be no noticeable degradation?
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